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Newfound hands out fall sports awards


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by Joshua Spaulding
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Sports Editor - Salmon Press Newspapers
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November 24, 2021
BRISTOL — Newfound Regional High School wrapped up a successful fall sports season with the fall sports awards last week.

For the boys' cross country team, Joe Sullivan won the Perseverance Award, Connor Downes received the Independence Award and Ryder Downes earned the Discovery Award. Evan Foster was presented the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete award, Jeffrey Huckins won the NHIAA Sportsmanship Award for the varsity team and Caleb Anair won the award for the JV team.

For the girls' cross country team, Chloe Jenness won the Perseverance Award, Julia Huckins was presented the Independence Award and Leah Deuso won the Discovery Award. Huckins was also presented the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award and the NHIAA Sportsmanship Award.

The field hockey Most Improved Player Award went to goaltender Ali Normandin, Lindsey Lacasse received the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award and Mackenzie Jenkins received the NHIAA Sportsmanship Award.

For the football team, Quinn Van Lingen was named Defensive MVP and Malaki Ingram was named Offensive MVP. Andrew Murray was named Most Improved Player, Dylan Hennessey won the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award and Brady MacLean won the NHIAA Sportsmanship Award.

Logan Glidden was presented the Character Award for the boys' soccer team, George Belville was presented the Toughness Award, Landon Sargent won the Teamwork Awards and Bodhi Smith won the Leadership Award. The Excellence in Defense Award went to Hayden Dolloff and the Excellence in Offense Award went to Josh Blouin. Glidden was also presented the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award and Zack Stevens won the NHIAA Sportsmanship Award.

For the girls' soccer team, Gretchen Reynolds was presented the Captains Award, MollyLu McKellar received the Girls' Soccer Leading Scorer Award and Taylor Mooney was presented the Standout Season Award. Elsa McConologue was presented the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award, McKellar won the NHIAA Sportsmanship Award for the varsity team and Abby Carlson was presented the NHIAA Sportsmanship Award for the JV team

Zeke Richardson was named Best Offensive Player for the unified soccer team, Isaac Page was presented the Best Defensive Player award, Christian Duba was named Best Midfielder, Sam Dahl was presented the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award and Sarah Buchanan was presented the NHIAA Sportsmanship Award.

For the volleyball team, Emalie Ruiter was presented the Digging Your Team Spirit Award, Paulina Huckins and Malina Bohlmann were both presented the Killing It On The Court Award, Mikalya Ulwick won the Bears Booster Club Outstanding Student Athlete Award, Danielle Walker was presented the NHIAA Sportsmanship Award for the varsity and Mia LeBrun won the same award for the JV team.

Sandie and Mark Pagani were presented with the Cathy Lever Athletic Director's Award.

Sports Editor Joshua Spaulding can be reached at 279-4516, ext. 155 or josh@salmonpress.news.

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